Dinning in Birmingham


Dinning in Birmingham

The Wilderness “Edgy cuisine and environment, backed by friendly service and a rock ’n’ roll playlist” (played loud!) is the distinctive formula of Alex Claridge’s ‘full-on’ Jewellery Quarter venture, with black walls and black-leather furniture, and an open kitchen on display. As with some previous years, it doesn’t generate a huge volume of feedback in …

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Birmingham Must see places

Victoria Square & the City Center Birmingham has many public squares, and this one is arguably its most famous one. Named after Queen Victoria, this central area of the city houses the grand Council House, the city’s town hall and welcomes one of the biggest German Christmas markets in the world to its streets each …

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Birmingham Hidden Gems

Winterbourne At a time when Birmingham severely lacked appropriate accommodation for working people, the house was constructed for John Nettlefold, a pioneer of early housing reform. John and his wife Margaret were from wealthy local families who worked in business. Their decision to have their home built in the Arts and Crafts style demonstrated their …

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